Category Archives: Support Fisher Case

AACE is extremely disappointed by today’s Supreme Court ruling on Fisher vs UT, vow to continue our fight for equal education rights

For Immediate Release June 23, 2016 Livingston, New Jersey: Today is a dark day for the hard-working children of Asian Americans and other Americans who are discriminated against by the race-based college admissions policies. Today’s Supreme Court’s ruling means that in the foreseeable future, they will continue to be treated as second-class citizens in college admissions. Historically, Asian… Read More »

Fisher vs UT Case News Coverage

Fisher Case News: Affirmative action case returns to a divided court Supreme Court Justices’ Comments Don’t Bode Well for Affirmative Action Supreme Court University Affirmative Action Hearing — Live Blog Scalia: Black Students Do Better In “Slower” Schools Supreme Court divided in University of Texas affirmative action case Will the Supreme Court shred… Read More »

Asian American Organizations to Hold Demonstration in front of the Supreme Court

For Immediate Release December 7, 2015 Asian American Organizations to Hold Demonstration on December 9, 2015 in Washington DC when the Supreme Court hears the Fisher v. University of Texas Livingston, New Jersey: Led by the Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE), many Asian American organizations, including the 80-20 Education Foundation, the Asian American Legal Foundation and the… Read More »

Supporting Fisher vs. University of Texas Case

Supporting Fisher vs. University of Texas Case In this fall session, the U.S. Supreme Court will re-hear Fisher v. University of Texas. The holding from that case will be of critical importance, possibly eliminating race as a factor in college admissions, which has been a major source of discriminations against Asian American applicants. In order to let the… Read More »